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Jan 23, 2010 5:30am EST
was sworn in as the 44th president of the united states. he became the first african-american ever to hold the office of u.s. commander in chief. the event was witnessed by well over 1 million attendees here in washington. that was then and this is now. tom sherwood takes a look at how the year has worn on the president and at how people in businees around the white house believe things are going one year later. >> reporter: the big buttons are still selling. a dollar and up. the bobblehead obama is $9.99 marked down from $15. that's better than what's his name going for $6. this temporary obama inauguration store opened a year ago on 7th street downtown near pennsylvania avenue. i thought the store would be here a couple of weeks. it is still here a year later. >> actually, we planned on february 10th. we stayed open because of the sales went sky high. >> reporter: a year ago, as many as 2 million people crowded into downtown d.c. for the historic inaugural of the first african-american president. he was seen as a crusading new figure in national political history. empowered by the voters
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